San Diego

Metro Uptown

Bankers Hill

This affluent neighborhood is located north of downtown on a graceful hill overlooking the bay and Point Loma. Developed in the 1890s, Bankers Hill appealed to both renowned architects and the city’s wealthiest residents (hence the name). It features some of San Diego’s grandest historic homes, heirloom landscaping, and several footbridges above its deep canyons. The mostly residential community offers many classic architectural styles, such as late Victorian, Queen Anne, Georgian Revival, Craftsman, and Early Modern. Newer homes and luxury condo towers, as well as a bevy of stylish restaurants, have joined the mix in recent years.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 21
  • High Sold Price: $2,650,000
  • Low Sold Price: $510,000
  • Median Sold Price: $1,250,000
  • Median List Price: $1,295,000
  • Median Market Days: 22

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 99
  • High Sold Price: $5,860,658
  • Low Sold Price: $320,000
  • Median Sold Price: $629,000
  • Median List Price: $639,000
  • Median Market Days: 14

Source: San Diego MLS

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Historic Properties

Bankers Hill is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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Hillcrest

Developed in 1907, this centrally located vibrant neighborhood – with its shops, trendy cafes, and array of international restaurants – is the heart of San Diego’s LGBT community. It is also a hub for medicine with two major hospitals: Mercy Hospital and the University of California San Diego Medical Center. Residents enjoy a mix of older and newer homes as well as upscale condominiums. Marston Hills, which lies within Hillcrest, is one of the older San Diego neighborhoods with large classic homes amid mature landscaping. The area has been proposed as a recognized historic district within the City of San Diego.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 25
  • High Sold Price: $2,225,000
  • Low Sold Price: $455,000
  • Median Sold Price: $900,000
  • Median List Price: $849,000
  • Median Market Days: 28

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 123
  • High Sold Price: $1,476,000
  • Low Sold Price: $269,000
  • Median Sold Price: $484,000
  • Median List Price: $485,000
  • Median Market Days: 18

Source: San Diego MLS

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Historic Properties

Hillcrest is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties – within or outside the proposed historic district – may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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Mission Hills

This distinguished neighborhood is located north of downtown on hills overlooking Old Town and the bay. It is known for its carefully preserved historic homes designed by San Diego’s premier architects. The community was officially founded in 1908 but the first home was actually built in 1887. Mission Hills is primarily residential, with some boutique shops and restaurants. The area contains two historic districts recognized by the City of San Diego: Mission Hills Historic District and Fort Stockton Line Historic District. An additional proposed historic district is currently under development. The Mission Hills Nursery has been providing plants and advice to local residents since 1910. Presidio Park, Pioneer Park, and Mission Hills Park offer acres of recreational space.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 117
  • High Sold Price: $3,450,000
  • Low Sold Price: $411,000
  • Median Sold Price: $1,225,000
  • Median List Price: $1,295,000
  • Median Market Days: 30

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 74
  • High Sold Price: $1,325,000
  • Low Sold Price: $195,000
  • Median Sold Price: $457,000
  • Median List Price: $459,500
  • Median Market Days: 12

Source: San Diego MLS

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Historic Properties

Mission Hills is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties – within or outside the historic districts – may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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University Heights

Although University Heights does not host a university, it is located high above Mission Valley. The name dates back to the land boom of the 1880s and a plan to build a university in the area. The neighborhood is filled with pre-World War II Craftsman homes, Spanish Revival bungalows, cottages, as well as condominiums. A variety of restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, artist’s studios, and live entertainment venues line the vibrant business district. University Heights is also home to the Shirley Ann Place Historic District.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 36
  • High Sold Price: $1,790,000
  • Low Sold Price: $560,000
  • Median Sold Price: $837,640
  • Median List Price: $843,000
  • Median Market Days: 14

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 13
  • High Sold Price: $715,000
  • Low Sold Price: $323,750
  • Median Sold Price: $415,000
  • Median List Price: $410,000
  • Median Market Days: 12

Source: San Diego MLS

For a full complimentary report on the University Heights market, people, economy, and quality of life, please CONTACT US.

Historic Properties

University Heights is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties – within or outside the historic district – may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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Coming Soon Listings

Properties for sale in University Heights often get promoted before they are officially released to the market. Let us know what you are looking for and we will help you beat other buyers to these hot new listings.

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Whether you are planning to buy or sell a property in University Heights, these resources are sure to help you meet your real estate goals:

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